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Section 1. Introduction
Section 2. Brief Operating Instructions
2-1 PM4000 Front Panel Features
2-1 The Standard Monaural Input Module
2-7 The Stereo Input Module
2-12 The Master Module (1 – 8)
2-17 The Stereo Master Module
2-19 The TB (Talkback) Module
2-22 The Monitor Module
2-25 The Meter Bridge
2-27 PM4000 Rear Panel Features
2-34 The PW4000 Power Supply
Section 3. Specifications
3-1 PM4000 Mixing Console General Specifications
3-2 PW4000 Power Supply Specifications
3-3 PM4000 Input Characteristics
3-3 PM4000 Output Characteristics
3-4 Dimensional Drawings
3-7 Block Diagrams
Section 4. Installation Notes
4-1 Planning An Installation
4-1 Power Mains
4-1 Verify The Correct Mains Voltage
4-1 Ensure There is a Good Earth Ground
4-2 How To Obtain a Safety Ground When Using a 2-wire Outlet
4-3 Improperly Wired AC Outlets: Lifted Grounds
4-3 Improperly Wired AC Outlets: Lifted Neutral
4-4 AC Safety Tips
4-4 Power Source Integrity
4-4 Turn-On Sequencing
4-5 Theory of Grounding
4-5 Why Is Proper Grounding Important?
4-6 Ground Loops
4-7 Basic Grounding Techniques
4-8 Balanced Lines and Ground Lift Switches
4-9 Audio Connectors and Cables
4-10 Types of Cable To Use
4-10 Cable Layout
4-10 Balanced versus Unbalanced Wiring
4-13 The Pros And Cons of Input Transformers
4-14 Noise And Losses In Low and High Impedance Lines
4-15 Direct Boxes
4-15 Passive Guitar Direct Box
4-17 Active Guitar Direct Box
4-17 Configuring Equipment Racks
Section 5. Gain Structure and Levels
5-1 Standard Operating Levels
5-2 Dynamic Range and Headroom
5-2 What Is Dynamic Range?
5-2 The Relationship Between Sound Levels and
Signal Levels
5-2 A Discussion Of Headroom
5-2 What Happens When The Program Source
Has Wider Dynamics Than The Sound Equipment?
5-4 A General Approach To Setting Levels In a Sound System
5-4 How To Select a Headroom Value and
Adjust Levels Accordingly
5-6 Gain Overlap And Headroom
Section 6. Optional Functions
6-2 Removing and Installing A Module
6-3 Mono Input Direct Out Jack:
Pre-Fader or Post-Fader (switch)
Pre-ON or Post-ON Switch (jumper)
6-4 Mono Input Aux Sends: Pre Fader & EQ or Pre Fader/post EQ
6-5 Mono Input Cue/Solo Switch: Pre-Fader or Follow MT PRE Switch
6-6 Stereo Input Cue/Solo Switch: Pre-Fader or Follow MT PRE Switch
6-7 Mono & Stereo Input Channel MT PRE Switch: Pre- or Post-ON Switch
6-8 Stereo Input Channel Insert In/Out Jacks: Pre-EQ or Post-EQ
6-9 Stereo Input Channel Aux Sends: Pre Fader & EQ or Pre Fader/Post EQ
6-10 Stereo Input Channel Aux Sends 1-8: L+R Blend or Stereo Pairs
6-11 Stereo Input Channel Stereo 6.10
Aux Sends 1 & 2: L+R Blend or Stereo Pairs
6-12 Stereo Input Channel Feed to Monitor Module ST IN 3 or ST IN 4
6-13 Phase Switch Function: Change Polarity of Both L and R inputs, or of L Only
6-14 Stereo Input Module: Output Enable Jumpers to Group, Stereo and Aux Busses
6-15 Master Module: Group-to-Matrix Assigned Pre or Post Group Master Fader
6-16 Stereo Master to Matrix ST Bus: Pre or Post ST Master Fader
6-17 Installation of Optional Input Transformers
6-18 Hints on Circuitry For Remote Control of the VCA Masters and Mute Groups
Section 7. Operating Notes and Hints
7-1 Console Gain Structure
7-l What Is The Proper Gain Structure?
7-1 What Affects Gain Structure?
7-1 Establishing The Correct Input Channel Settings
7-2 Establishing The Correct Group Master Settings
7-2 Establishing The Correct Aux Send Master Settings
7-2 Establishing The Correct Mix Matrix Settings
7-3 Establishing The Correct Aux Return Settings
7-3 How VCA Control Affects Gain Structure
7-4 Channel Muting and Gain Structure
7-4 Further Hints & Conceptual Notes
7-4 What Is a VCA, and Why Is It Used?
7-4 The Distinction Between The Group Busses and The VCA Master Groups
7-7 Using The Channel Insert In Jack as a Line Input
7-7 Understanding and Using The Mix Matrix
7-9 The Mix Matrix In General Sound Reinforcement
7-9 Using The Matrix Sub Inputs For Effects
7-9 Other Uses For The Matrix Sub Inputs
7-10 Use of the Matrix to Pre-Mix Scenes
7-10 Understanding and Use of The Master Mute Function
7-12 Stereo Panning To the Eight Group Mixing Busses
Section 8. Applications
Section 9. Maintenance
And Much More.

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